An orange Home Depot five-gallon bucket has a volume of 1,639.91 cubic inches. That means 731.28 or 731 rolls of pennies could fit into each bucket.
Quarters are mostly copper, which is denser than zinc, so the jug would weigh closer to 143 kg. Each quarter weighs 5.67 grams, so you'd have something in the neighborhood of 25,000 coins, worth around $6,300.
There are 3785.41ml in 1 US Gallon, thus 37854.10 in 10. So we can say approximately, 10 US gallons of pennies would be worth $12,771 dollars.
It's not quite as simple when you are installing a product like Schluter's Kerdi waterproof membrane. When I install Kerdi I always use cement board. The cost is not much more and the insurance is worth it to me. Bottom line: if there's drywall on your shower walls it better be a Kerdi installation.
Despite what many naysayers will tell you, people with diabetes CAN (and do) eat ice cream. Sure, ice cream can't compete with, say, a salad when it comes to nutrition. That's OK — there's room in your eating plan to eat ice cream and other frozen treats if you so choose.